List of exoplanets discovered in 2013

Summary

This is a List of exoplanets discovered in 2013.

For exoplanets detected only by radial velocity, the mass value is actually a lower limit. (See Minimum mass for more information)

Name Mass (MJ) Radius (RJ) Period (days) Semi-major axis (AU) Temp. (K)[1] Discovery method Distance (ly) Host star mass (M) Host star temp. (K) Remarks
2MASS J01225093-2439505 b 24.5 52 imaging 120 0.4 3530 [2]
BD+15 2940 b 1.11 137.48 0.539 radial vel. 572.2 1.1 4796 [3]
COROT-25b 0.27 1.08 4.86069 0.0578 transit 3300 1.09 6040 [4]
COROT-26b 0.52 1.26 4.20474 0.0526 transit 5400 1.09 5590 [4]
DENIS-P J082303.1-491201 b 28.5 246.36 0.36 astrometry 67.7 0.07 2150 [5]
Gliese 163 b 0.03335 8.63182 0.0607 radial vel. 48.8 0.4 3500 [6]
Gliese 163 c 0.0214 25.63058 0.1254 radial vel. 48.8 0.4 3500 [6]
Gliese 163 d 0.0925 603.95116 1.0304 radial vel. 48.8 0.4 3500 [6]
Gliese 221b 0.027 3.8728 0.0428 radial vel. 66 0.7 4324 [7][8]
Gliese 221 c 0.17 125.94 0.435 radial vel. 66 0.7 4324 [7][8]
Gliese 328b 2.3 4100 4.5 radial vel. 65.3 0.69 3900 [9]
Gliese 504 b 4 43.5 imaging 58.5 1.22 6234 [10]
HAT-P-44b 0.352 1.242 4.301219 0.0507 transit 1180 0.94 5295 [11]
HAT-P-44c 4 872.2 1.752 radial vel. 1180 0.94 5295 Period is ambiguous[11]
HAT-P-45b 0.892 1.426 3.128992 0.0452 transit 990 1.26 6330 [11]
HAT-P-46b 0.493 1.284 4.463129 0.0577 transit 970 1.28 6120 [11]
HATS-2b 1.345 1.168 1.354133 0.023 transit 1200 0.88 5227 [12]
HATS-3b 1.071 1.381 3.547851 0.0485 1648 transit 1480 1.21 6351 [13]
HD 2952 b [ru] 1.6 311.6 1.2 radial vel. 375.8 2.54 4844 [14]
HD 13908 b [fr] 0.865 19.382 0.154 radial vel. 218.2 1.29 6255 [15]
HD 13908 c [fr] 5.13 931 2.03 radial vel. 218.2 1.29 6255 [15]
HD 65216c 0.17 152.6 0.54 radial vel. 116.1 0.92 5666 [16]False positive, another planet with same assigned name discovered in 2019.[17]
HD 95086 b 5 55.7 imaging 298.7 1.6 [18]
HD 103774 b 0.367 5.8881 0.07 radial vel. 173.1 1.33 6489 [7]
HD 106906 b 11 650 imaging 299.5 1.5 6516 [19]
HD 109271 b 0.054 7.8543 0.079 radial vel. 185.6 1.05 5783 [7]
HD 109271 c 0.076 30.93 0.196 radial vel. 185.6 1.05 5783 [7]
HD 113337 b 2.83 324 0.92 radial vel. 122.0 1.4 6576.6 [20]
HD 120084 b 4.5 2082 4.3 radial vel. 318.5 2.39 4892 [14]
HD 159243 b 1.13 12.62 0.11 radial vel. 223.7 1.12 6123 [15]
HD 159243 c [fr] 1.9 248.4 0.8 radial vel. 223.7 1.12 6123 [15]
HD 233604 b 6.575 192 0.747 radial vel. 2830±90 1.5 4791 [3]
HD 285507 b 0.92±0.03 6.0962±0.0002 radial vel. 153 0.73±0.03 4503+85
−61
member of Hyades (star cluster)[21][22]
HD 112410 b 9.18 124.6 0.565 radial vel. 486.8 1.54 4830 [23]
HIP 91258 b [fr] 1.068 5.0505 0.057 radial vel. 145.0 0.95 5519 [15]
KELT-3b 1.477 1.345 2.7033904 0.04122 transit 580 1.28 6306 [24]
KELT-6b 0.442 1.18 7.8455821 0.08 transit 720 1.13 6272 [25]
Kepler-37b 0.03146 0.029 13.3675 transit 220 0.8 5417 [26]
Kepler-37c 0.03776 0.067 21.302 transit 220 0.8 5417 [26]
Kepler-37d 0.03839 0.173 39.7922 transit 220 0.8 5417 [26]
Kepler-61b 0.192 59.87756 transit 1103±16 0.64 4017 [27]
Kepler-62b 0.03 0.117 5.714932 0.0553 transit 1200 0.69 4925 [28]
Kepler-62c 0.013 0.048 12.4417 0.0929 transit 1200 0.69 4925 [28]
Kepler-62d 0.044 0.174 18.16406 0.12 transit 1200 0.69 4925 [28]
Kepler-62e 0.113 0.144 122.3874 0.427 transit 1200 0.69 4925 Potentially habitable exoplanet[28]
Kepler-62f 0.11 0.126 267.291 0.718 transit 1200 0.69 4925 Potentially habitable exoplanet[28]
Kepler-63b 0.378 0.545 9.4341505 0.08 transit 650 0.98 5576 [29]
Kepler-65b 0.127 2.15491 0.035 transit 999±8 1.25 6211 [30]
Kepler-65c 0.23 5.859944 0.068 transit 999±8 1.25 6211 [30]
Kepler-65d 0.136 8.13123 0.084 transit 999±8 1.25 6211 [30]
Kepler-66b 0.25 17.815815 0.1352 transit 3610 1.04 5962 Belongs to open cluster NGC 6811[31]
Kepler-67b 0.262 15.7259 0.1171 transit 3610 0.86 5331 Belongs to open cluster NGC 6811[31]
Kepler-68b 0.01878 0.208 5.39875 1280 transit 440 1.08 5793 [32]
Kepler-68c 0.02265 0.089 9.60504 transit 440 1.08 5793 [32]
Kepler-68d 0.84007 625 radial vel. 440 1.08 5793 [32]
Kepler-69b 0.2 13.722341 0.094 transit 2430±30 0.81 5638 [33]
Kepler-69c 0.153 242.4613 0.64 transit 2430±30 0.81 5638 [33][34]
Kepler-74b [es] 0.63 0.96 7.340711 0.0781 transit 4300 1.18 6000 [35]
Kepler-75b [es] 10.1 1.05 8.8849116 0.0818 transit 3700 0.91 5200 [35]
Kepler-76b 2.01 1.36 1.5449298 0.0274 orbital brightness modulation 2750±30 1.2 6409 [36]
Kepler-77b [es] 0.43 0.96 3.57878087 0.04501 transit 1900 0.95 5520 [37]
Kepler-78b 0.006 0.105 0.355 2330 transit 407.1±1.1 0.76 5058 [38]
Kepler-87b 1.02 1.204 114.73635 0.481 478 transit 4170±90 1.1 5600 Two more unconfirmed planets in the system[39]
Kepler-87c 0.02 0.548 191.2318 0.676 403 transit 4170±90 1.1 5600 Two more unconfirmed planets in the system[39]
Kepler-88b 0.027 0.337 10.95416 transit 1110 0.96 5471 [40]
Kepler-88c 0.626 22.3395 0.15525 timing 1110 0.96 5471 [40][41]
Kepler-89b 0.033 0.153 3.743208 0.05119 transit 1577±16 1.28 6182 [42]
Kepler-89c 0.049 0.385 10.423648 0.1013 transit 1577±16 1.28 6182 [42]
Kepler-89d 0.334 1.005 22.342989 0.1684 transit 1577±16 1.28 6182 [42]
Kepler-89e 0.11 0.585 54.32031 0.3046 transit 1577±16 1.28 6182 [42]
Kepler-90b 0.117 7.008151 0.074 1056 transit 2500 1.2 6080 [43]
Kepler-90c 0.106 8.719375 0.089 981 transit 2500 1.2 6080 [43]
Kepler-90d 0.256 59.73667 0.32 518 transit 2500 1.2 6080 [43]
Kepler-90e 0.237 91.93913 0.42 448 transit 2500 1.2 6080 [43]
Kepler-90f 0.257 124.9144 0.48 592 transit 2500 1.2 6080 [43]
Kepler-90g 0.723 210.60697 0.71 340 transit 2500 1.2 6080 [43]
Kepler-90h 1.008 331.60059 1.01 292 transit 2500 1.2 6080 [43]
Kepler-91b 0.81 1.367 6.24658 0.0731 transit 3400 1.31 4550 [44]
Kepler-92b 0.202 0.313 13.749 transit 1580±17 1.21 5883 [45]
Kepler-92c 0.019 0.232 26.723 transit 1580±17 1.21 5883 [45]
Kepler-102e 0.028 0.198 16.1457 579 transit 352.7±0.7 0.81 4909 [46]
Kepler-105b 0.429 5.4122 0.066 transit 1517±18 0.96 5827 [46]
Kepler-114c 0.009 0.143 8.041 623 transit 852±4 0.56 4605 [45]
Kepler-114d 0.012 0.226 11.776 549 transit 852±4 0.56 4605 [45]
Kepler-128b 0.097 0.101 15.09 transit 1307±12 1.18 6090 [45]
Kepler-128c 0.105 0.101 22.804 transit 1307±12 1.18 6090 [45]
Kepler-130b 0.091 8.457458 0.079 transit 1042±7 1 5884 [46]
Kepler-145b 0.117 0.236 22.951 transit 1880±30 1.32 6022 [45]
Kepler-145c 0.25 0.385 42.882 transit 1880±30 1.32 6022 [45]
Kepler-177b 0.006 0.259 36.855 transit 4880±140 1.07 5942 [45]
Kepler-177c 0.024 0.633 49.412 transit 4880±140 1.07 5942 [45]
Kepler-238e 0.534 0.5 23.654 transit 6200±300 1.06 5751 [45]
Kepler-238f 0.042 0.178 50.447 transit 6200±300 1.06 5751 [45]
Kepler-276c 0.052 0.259 31.884 transit 3850±150 1.1 6105 [45]
Kepler-276d 0.051 0.25 48.648 transit 3850±150 1.1 6105 [45]
Kepler-277b 0.275 0.261 17.324 transit 3280±50 1.12 5946 [45]
Kepler-277c 0.202 0.3 33.006 transit 3280±50 1.12 5946 [45]
Kepler-279b 0.323 12.309681 0.112 transit 3480±70 1.1 6363 KOI-1236.01[47]
Kepler-279c 0.155 0.384 35.736 transit 3490±70 1.1 6363 KOI-1236.02[47][45]
Kepler-279d 0.118 0.277 54.414 transit 3490±70 1.1 6363 [45]
Kepler-282d 0.192 0.219 24.806 transit 4540±150 0.97 5602 [45]
Kepler-282e 0.177 0.277 44.347 transit 4540±150 0.97 5602 [45]
Kepler-305b 0.033 0.321 5.487 transit 2900±90 0.76 5100 [45]KOI-1563.01[47]
Kepler-305c 0.019 0.294 8.291 transit 2900±90 0.76 5100 [45]KOI-1563.02[47]
Kepler-307b 0.02341 0.217 10.4208 transit 1908±17 0.91 5367 [45]
Kepler-307c 0.01145 0.196 13.0729 transit 1908±17 0.91 5367 [45]
Kepler-328b 0.09 0.205 34.921 transit 7700±500 1.15 5914 [45]
Kepler-328c 0.124 0.482 71.312 transit 7700±500 1.15 5914 [45]
Kepler-350c 0.019 0.277 17.849 transit 3210±70 1 6186 [45]
Kepler-350d 0.047 0.25 26.136 transit 3210±70 1 6186 [45]
Kepler-396b 0.238 0.312 42.994 transit 734±5 0.85 5384 [45]KOI-2672.01[47]
Kepler-396c 0.056 0.473 88.505 transit 734±5 0.85 5384 [45]KOI-2672.02[47]
Kepler-410Ab 0.253 17.833648 0.1226 transit 430 1.21 6273 [48]
Kepler-411b 0.168 3.00516 0.038 1040 transit 503.5±1.5 0.83 4974 [46]
Kepler-1359c 0.3711+0.12
−0.06
505.46+0.05
−0.04
1.143±0.018 transit 2182+81
−82
0.78+0.03
−0.04
4709+46
−56
[43]Also called KIC 6436029 c, discovery retracted in 2015 after 3rd transit was proven to be false.[49]
MOA-2008-BLG-379Lb 4.1 3.3 microlensing 11000 0.56 [50]
MOA-2010-BLG-328Lb 0.02895 0.92 microlensing 2600 0.11 [51]
MOA-2011-BLG-262Lb 0.056634 0.383 1 microlensing 22830 0.1 3300 Host star may be a rogue planet, planet may be an exomoon[52]
MOA-2011-BLG-262L 4 N/A microlensing 22830 3300 Host star may be a rogue planet, planet may be an exomoon[52]
MOA-2011-BLG-293Lb 4.8 1.1 microlensing 25200 0.86 [53]
MOA-2011-BLG-322Lb 11.6 4.3 microlensing 24700 0.39 [54]
OGLE-2011-BLG-0251Lb 0.53 2.72 microlensing 8400 0.26 [55]
OGLE-2012-BLG-358Lb 1.85 0.87 microlensing 5700 0.02 Orbiting a brown dwarf[56]
OGLE-2012-BLG-406Lb 2.73 3.45 microlensing 16200 0.44 [57]
Omega Serpentis b 1.7 277.02 1.1 radial vel. 263.0 2.17 4770 [14]
PH2b 0.903 282.5255 0.828 281 transit 1130±10 0.94 5629 [58]Also called Kepler-86b
POTS-1b 2.31 0.941 3.1606296 0.03734 transit 3900 0.69 4400 [59]
PSO J318.5−22 6.5 1.53 N/A N/A 1160 imaging 80 N/A N/A Rogue planet[60]
ROXs 12b 16 210 imaging 390 0.87 3850 [61]
ROXs 42Bb 9 157 imaging 440 1 [61]
WASP-8c 9.45 4323 5.28 radial vel. 280 1.03 5600 [62]
WASP-65b 1.55 1.112 2.3114243 0.0334 transit 1000 0.93 5600 [63]
WASP-68b 0.95 1.24 5.084298 0.06206 transit 962±8 1.24 5911 [64]
WASP-69b 0.26 1.057 3.8681382 0.04525 963 transit 160 0.83 4715 [65]
WASP-70Ab 0.59 1.164 3.7130203 0.04853 1387 transit 800 1.11 5763 [65]
WASP-73b 1.88 1.16 4.08722 0.05512 1790 transit 1042±9 1.34 6036 [64]
WASP-75b 1.07 1.27 2.484193 0.0375 transit 850 1.14 6100 [63][66]
WASP-76b 0.92 1.83 1.809886 0.033 2190 transit 390 1.46 6250 [67]
WASP-80b 0.538 0.999 3.06785234 0.0344 transit 200 0.58 4143 [68]Proper name Wadirum
WASP-82b [fr] 1.24 1.67 2.705782 0.0447 2190 transit 650 1.63 6490 [67]
WASP-84b 0.694 0.942 8.5234865 0.0771 797 transit 410 0.84 5314 [65]
WASP-88b 0.56 1.7 4.954 0.06431 1775 transit 1730±30 1.45 6431 [64]
WASP-90b 0.63±0.07 1.63±0.09 3.916243±0.000003 0.0562±0.0012 1840±50 transit 1100±200 1.55±0.10 6440±130 [67]
WASP-95b 1.13 1.21 2.184673 0.03416 1570 transit 450±2 1.11 5630 [69]
WASP-96b 0.48 1.2 3.4252602 0.0453 1285 transit 1161±15 1.06 5540 [69]
WASP-97b 1.32 1.13 2.07276 0.03303 1555 transit 494.9±1.7 1.12 5640 [69]
WASP-98b 0.922 1.144 2.96264036 0.03762 1180 transit 926±5 0.81 5473 [69]
WASP-99b 2.78 1.1 5.75251 0.0717 1480 transit 519±2 1.48 6180 [69]
WASP-100b 2.03 1.69 2.849375 0.0457 2190 transit 1201±9 1.57 6900 [69]
WASP-101b 0.5 1.41 3.585722 0.0506 1560 transit 660±3 1.34 6400 [69]
WTS-2b 1.12 1.363 1.0187068 0.01855 2000 transit 3300 0.82 5000 [70][71]

Specific exoplanet lists


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